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Scary Stats That Democrats Don't Want You to Know (Pt. 2) | Larry Elder | POLITICS | Rubin Report

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Published on 26 Jul 2021 / In News and Politics

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Larry Elder about his running for governor in the California recall election, the frightening statistics of failing schools and the housing market, how Republican governors can enact rapid change in blue states, and the real reason why Democrats are desperate to use systemic racism to get the black vote. In this clip Larry discusses how environmental regulations drive up the cost of living in blue states like California. The powerful unions, and the prohibitive cost of environmental compliance create a rising cost of living and cost of doing business that caused CEO Magazine to put California in last place for the worst states for business. He also shares some frightening statistics about the test scores of public schools and the need for school reform and taking on the teacher's unions. Larry also explains how the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) has caused a massive housing shortage. The low home inventory feeds into skyrocketing prices and a lack of affordable housing. He also explains how well intentioned policies like prop 47 that reduced criminal penalties have backfired and caused crime to skyrocket.

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